Rubber stamps with stencils bring out the best in each other. Bold lines come from the stencil contrast the fine details of a rubber stamp. Working together they created a quick art journal page.
There is lots of inspiration for using stencils with rubber stamps in this blog hop with Lost Coast Designs Rubber Stamps and StencilGirl Products! All the hop details and giveaway info are at the end of this post.
Watch Using Stencils with Rubber Stamps on YouTube.
Starting with a Gelli print.
Fruit Pods was stamped over the entire page with Salty Ocean Distress Ink.
Stenciling with the 1700’s stencil created the main image.
Light Mandelas and a Gelli print with yellow paint created the moon.
A layer of white paint and journaling.
- 1700’s stencil
- Fruit Pods and Mandela Light stamps
- Catalyst Blades mini 01 and B-01 15mm
- Stabilo pencil
- Distress Ink Salty Ocean
The prize is a$25 credit in the Lost Coast Designs store and two 9×12 stencils (you can see them over at StencilGirl Talk) to ONE lucky winner!
How do you win the giveaway? Just leave a comment on my blog for a chance to win! Want more chances to win? You can leave a comment on each and every blog with a total of 15 chances to win! You’ve got until Sunday, March 30th at 11:59pm CST, when the giveaway closes.
- StencilGirl Talk
- Mary Beth Shaw
- Mary Nasser
- Cherri Robb
- Judy Shea
- Bibiana Martinez-Ziegler
- Linda Kittmer
- Carolyn Dube – You are here.
- Leslie B. Turner
- Janet Joehlin
- Karen McAlpine
- Leslie Tucker Jenison
- Lindsay Weirich
- Maria McGuire